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Overview of the Bahamas
The Bahamas, and its island chains, is located southeast of Florida in the Atlantic Ocean. A high percentage of the islands are coral reefs or uninhabited cays. "Bahamas" comes from the Spanish word "baja mar", which means low tide or shallow water. The main source of economy in The Bahamas is tourism. Thanks to the beauty of its beaches and the friendliness of its people.
There is only one way to make your vacation special – rent a boat in Bahamas. Boat tours open up huge opportunities to go island hopping, enjoy many beaches, see a wide variety of marine life, and partake in numerous water sports. While preparing the holiday itinerary, fail not to add the Cat Island, Crooked Island, Paradise Island, Harbour Island, Long Island, Eleuthera, Andros, and Abaco Islands to the list. When departing for your trip, sailing from Nassau will be your main starting point.
Your visit to the Bahamas is incomplete without a trip to Exuma to see the swimming pigs. Lately, this animal activity – unusual yet fascinating – has become one of the biggest tourist attractions. An archipelago with 700 islands guarantees a wide variety of foods, cultures, and souvenirs. Food festivals are common and it draws huge crowds of locals and tourists. Many tourists visit the region just for a chance to enjoy the amazing cuisines and local entertainment at the food fests and cultural events. Those planning a trip to the Bahamas in May and June should not miss the Eleuthera Pineapple Festival and the All Andros Crab Fest.
Something is amazing, unique, and special about each island or cay. It’s impossible to enjoy everything that the coral paradise has to offer in a single holiday. Hire a boat in Marsh Harbour and unwind on the pink sand beaches. Also, the following are a must-attend and must-visit: the Bahamas Junkanoo Carnival, the Dean’s Blue Hole, Long Island Museum, Adderly Plantation, and Columbus Monument. If you're looking for a longer trip you can charter a boat to Miami!
The Bahamas archipelago has three main and 54 other airports. The busiest is in the capital city Nassau; the Lynden Pindling International Airport has three terminals serving US, non-US, and charter and domestic flights. The Bahamas has a direct flight to and from neighboring countries, the United Kingdom, Canada, and the United States. If you're flying to the Bahamas, you will reach the Lynden Pindling International Airport, tourists can fly to their destination islands.
Numerous marinas – private and government-controlled – are found throughout the archipelago. The cruise ship port in Nassau is one of the busiest; often playing host to yachts and ships from Florida, USA. Tourists reaching the Bahamas by water need to furnish the necessary documents before entering the capital city.